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Photos: What's Opening and Closing in Pleasantville

Old Village convenience store opens, Louie Linguine's abruptly shuts its doors.

The recent heat wave may have Pleasantville residents feeling a little more lethargic than usual, but the village's business district hasn't slowed down as summer kicks off. Click through the above photos to read about some recent openings, closings and an expansion in the downtown and check below for additional information.

Openings

Get your fix of "handcrafted square burgers"—with varieties including the "Five Napkin Burger," "BLT Burger" and "Hangover Burger"—raw bar options including Little Neck clams and "Jonah Crab Claw Cocktail" or a seafood or meat entree at this new Marble Avenue establishment. L&J's also serves Last Licks ice cream. Louie & Johnnies is located at 501 Marble Ave. in the same shopping center as Hudson Valley Bank and . The restaurant also has locations in Yonkers and Eastchester. Eat-in, take out, get your meal delivered and/or order online. Full menu here. While Old Village neighbors a 24-hour convenience store in the neighborhood and the block where this new store is located, the Old Village Pantry is up and running with a full stock of convenience store fare. The former Prime Fuel gas station has been replaced at 1 Broadway. Barbara and Bob Loeb are opening a second frozen yogurt location on Manville Road. Their original shop is located in Somers. In addition to offering a self-serve style and more than 30 toppings for its customers, Aunt B's often hosts live music and entertainment for kids, such as magicians. Check it out, starting June 26*, across the street from the . It has been six months since Miyabi's owner from the village for his signage, but the former Jackson & Wheeler site is still being renovated as of this week. Owner Andy Lin, who owns two Asian restaurants in White Plains, previously said the Pleasantville restaurant will be "very affordable" and have an emphasis on sushi offerings. Stay tuned for the latest developments on this opening.

Closings

It wasn't quite open for a year, but the doors closed indefinitely at this Marble Avenue restaurant at the end of May. A note on the restaurant's door says the owners had a family emergency. Management did not reply to an email inquiry about the closing. This martial arts studio has shut down its Broadway location and signs in the windows indicate the space is for rent. Click for more information.

Other

Marble Avenue's Yogolicious just  in April, but Owner Jennifer Paternostro said business has been booming since day one. As a result, the store is planning to expand next door to a currently vacant space that was built at the same time as the Yogolicious building (next door to ). The wheels are moving forward for Zwilling J.A. Henckels, the currently Hawthorne-based cutlery firm that is planning to renovate and take over the former Marble Avenue MLA property. , the Planning Commission reviewed a proposal from the company and may approve a resolution in July.
See any other business openings/closings around town? Tell us about them in the comments or email pleasantville@patch.com. *Updated
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